Posts tagged what you control

Data Never Lies

I was speaking to a class of undergrads at UC Irvine on Tuesday (this is one of my very favorite things to do, BTW, travel to a college campus, sit up on a stage in…

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Hate vs. Love

“I think you should talk about it,” my lead assistant said to me in our team meeting. “It” is how we’re all feeling. As if there is *one* feeling we share. Hell, maybe there is….

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I’ll Know It When I See It

One of the many amazing things we do in our revolutionary 100-day challenge program is get super specific about goals. I mean like crystal clear, down-to-the-thread-count-of-the-sheets-you-sleep-in-on-the-morning-you-wake-up-early-because-your-phone-is-blowing-up-with-congratulations-for-the-news-of-all-the-nominations specific. Why is this important? Because in the many…

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Ponies for Everyone

I was going to write about self-care. Specifically about how unapologetic those at the highest tiers tend to be about self-care. About how leaning into unapologetic self-care *before* you’re at the highest tiers is required….

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When You Know Better…

I heard a saying recently (not for the first time, but for the most recent time) that hit me differently than it ever has before and it kind of pissed me off, because we're so…

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Think Like a Voiceover Artist

Y'know who gets it right? Voiceover artists. Specifically, audiobook people. Here's what I mean: Say you're thinking about getting into voiceover. You'd like to give audiobooks a try. You've been told you have the voice…

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